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UnitedHealth to complete<br> SEC filings by March 15

MINNEAPOLIS – UnitedHealth Group Inc. (NYSE:UNH) today said it expects to be current in its filings with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission by...

Westerly Hospital data breach affects 2,000

WESTERLY – Social Security numbers and other private data for about 2,000 Westerly Hospital patients were posted online, at a Web site that was...

Citizens Financial Group<br> earnings grow 2% in 2006

Total loans grew 4.2 percent to $109 billion on Dec. 31, from the year-earlier total of $104.6 billion, as growth in home equity loans...
TREASURER Frank T. Caprio. /

R.I. removes Shenkman Capital as fund manager

PROVIDENCE – R.I. General Treasurer Frank T. Caprio yesterday announced the termination of one of the state’s pension investment managers, New York City-based Shenkman...
HARLEY-DAVIDSON CEO Jim Zeimer has been named to Textron's board of directors. /

Harley-Davidson CEO joins Textron board

PROVIDENCE – Textron Inc. yesterday announced the election of James L. Ziemer to the company’s board of directors, effective today. His addition brings the...
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Markets ‘working well,’ Fed chief says

WASHINGTON – The nation’s financial markets “seem to be working well” after yesterday’s global selloff, Federal Reserve Chairman Ben S. Bernanke told the U.S....

Belo names new president, ends monthly reports

DALLAS – Belo Corp. (NYSE: BLC), parent of The Providence Journal Co. and other media firms, today announced that Dunia A. Shive, 46, will...

Belo Corp. completes New Orleans TV deal

DALLAS – Belo Corp. (NYSE: BLC), parent of The Providence Journal Co., this week completed its purchase of MyNetwork TV affiliate WUPL-TV in New...
TRADERS WORK the floor of the New York Stock Exchange yesterday, when 'extraordinary heavy trading' erased this year's gains and caused problems with Dow Jones, NYSE and Nasdaq data reporting. /

Computer problems blamed<br> for Dow’s sudden drop

NEW YORK – Computer malfunctions due to heavy trading in yesterday’s global selloff made the Dow Jones Industrial Average appear to plummet 178 points...

U.S. markets lose $600B in global plunge

The Dow Jones Industrial Average today fell as much as 546 points – the most since New York’s first trading day after the terrorist...
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